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How can I see completed items from my backlog?

How can I see uncategorized issues that have been marked as "done" from my backlog?

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The whole point of a backlog is that you see issues that need some attention.  By definition, it's not ones that are "done". 

Why are you trying to show "done" issues in a display intended to show you only not-done issues?

Fabian Lim Community Leader Apr 17, 2022

Just to add to @Nic Brough -Adaptavist-

You can create a quick filter with the jql status=done.


The "your-work" area shows issues from your backlog that have been completed but does not show current items.

Navigating Jira doesn't always make obvious sense to me, so since there is no live chat support for Atlassian I have made a sub-folder under "Support Issues" for "Jira" to show all the pages on the site that are relevant to my use cases.

I'm not sure what does not make sense here.

A backlog is a list of things that need doing.  It does not make sense to show things that are done in a list that is for things that are not done.

Your-work has a different purpose - it's showing you stuff directly related to what you've been doing recently.


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